Samsung Galaxy S4 free at Smart Unli Data Plan 1500

And that 30-month postpaid plan comes with unlimited LTE until June 30, 2013, 120 SMS, and 60 minutes of calls to all networks.

There's a caveat here. To get a chance to own a Samsung Galaxy S4 for free at Smart Communications' Unli Data Plan 1500, you have to submit your application form at participating Smart Stores from April 27 to May 2. If the telco approves your application, then congratulations, our friend, you're on your way to getting Samsung's latest flagship phone on a cheaper plan.

>>YOU MAY ALSO READ: Globe's Samsung Galaxy S4 prepaid, postpaid pricing

You see, if you avail yourself of a Samsung Galaxy S4 outside the promo period, you will receive the handset for free at Unli Data Plan 2000. The package comes with unlimited LTE connectivity until June 30, 200 SMS, and 150 minutes of calls to all networks.

That's still not bad, of course, so in the end, it's really all about which plan suits you best. Of course, it's just nice to read news of companies making flagship smartphones more affordable.

>>SEE ALSO: Samsung Galaxy S4 PH launch slated for April 26

NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 14: The Samsung Galaxy S IV on display March 14, 2013 in New York City. Samsung, the world's largest handset maker, revealed their successor to the Galaxy S III. The Galaxy S IV ... more 
NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 14: The Samsung Galaxy S IV on display March 14, 2013 in New York City. Samsung, the world's largest handset maker, revealed their successor to the Galaxy S III. The Galaxy S IV features a five-inch 1080p screen, a 1.9GHz quad-core processor, a 13-megapixel rear camera and ships with the latest Android version, Jelly Bean. (Photo by Allison Joyce/Getty Images) less 
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 Now, if you notice, Smart's postpaid plans for the Samsung Galaxy S4 are bundled with free LTE connection until June 30. This is most likely the telco's way of getting more Filipinos to get on the 4G bandwagon and experience up to 42Mbps download speeds.

Smart has already close to 1,000 LTE-enabled sites located in over 115 cities and municipalities across the Philippines.

>>READ: Smart's prepaid LTE available starting April 21

New areas with LTE coverage include Robinsons Summit Ridge and Tagaytay Midlands in Tagaytay City, La Salle Dasmarinas in Cavite, Tagbilaran Domestic Airport in Bohol, Laoag International Airport in Ilocos Norte, Robinsons Place in Bacolod City, and SM Lanang Premier in Davao Del Sur.

The complete list of Smart's LTE sites can be found on this page.

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